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I am just getting started with OmniFocus. I have entered a bunch of projects and tasks. When I click the Due icon, I see 3 sections: Due Yesterday, Due Today, and Due Tomorrow. Everything looks OK, except there is one task in Due Tomorrow that has a start date of February 23, with a due date of February 27. Today is January 20. I've triple checked the dates and cannot figure out why that is showing up now. Any suggestions?
An action in a project or action group with a more restrictive due date is treated as though it has the more restrictive due date. You probably have a due date on the project.
Yes, that was it. I didn't realize I had put dates on the project. Thanks for your help.
It's usually a good safety net, that behavior. Otherwise, you think "oh, I can just defer this another day" over and over, not realizing the whole project had a due date :-)

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